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The numbers just didn’t work out, Enumclaw Mayor Jan Molinaro said.
The Mount Peak Historical Fire Association may be getting some state money, but the group is also hoping to garner some local support to revive the historic landmark.
From underage drinking to suicide, the annual event helps parents understand pressures their children may be facing.
Additionally, the paper will be moving offices (though we will still be in the same building) and be moving toward a paid subscription-only business model.
They include the proposed Mount Peak fire lookout, a mountain bike tail in Tehaleh, the Enumclaw pool, and more.
The first president of the local chapter was Sutherland (Suds) McLean.
Yard waste like branches, brush, tree stumps and wood rounds are allowed to be disposed for free at the Enumclaw Transfer Station this weekend.
They’ll be built along the east side of Semanski Street, south of Roosevelt Avenue.
The businesses have collected close to 1.3 million pounds of electronics for the E-Cycle Washington program over four years.
White River School District also had its waivers approved, but the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District has not, and school could continue until June 27.
But new legislation may cause property taxes to rise again in 2020.
The snowboarding movie by Travis Rice is playing March 27 at The Chalet.
The most pressing needs appear to be the roof, the pool liner, and deck — an estimated $630,000 of work over the next two years.
The proposed Enumclaw Recycling Center is still going through the permitting process, but it appears the landowners have already started clearing out their land.
Friends of Bass Lake, the Expo Center, a local farmer’s market, and the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation all received some funds.
Christine Williams runs the Neighbors Feeding Neighbors program, which fed 47,000 hot meals to seniors since 2012.
Local songbird rehabilitation nonprofit Featherhaven is looking for volunteers this season.
Sophia DeMarco, Gabrielle DeMarco, Natalie DeMarco, Marin Lawson, Ashley Dickerson, and Kate Dickson were recognized with scholarships late last month.
Part of this idea included a pavilion for residents and visitors to be able to enjoy.
The Enumclaw Expo Center, KCLS, Plateau Outreach Ministries, and the Chamber of Commerce were represented.